Location: Peterborough / Northamptonshire

Factoid List

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Event Bede.HE  iv.6   Seaxwulf 1 founded a monastery.
Office Bede.HE  iv.6 Seaxwulf 1 held office of Abbot
Transaction S233      Confirmation by Æthelred 2, king of the Mercians of (a) Cædwalla 1, king of the (West) Saxons, to Ecgbald 1, abbot, and his familia [Medeshamstede 1]; grant of 40 hides (manentes) at Hoo (ad Hebureahg insulam), Kent. (b) Swæfheard, king of Kent, to Ecgbald 1, abbot; grant of adjoining 20 hides at Hoo and woodland at Fercanhamstede
Office S72    Seaxwulf 1 held office of Abbot
Office S233    Headda 6 held office of Abbot (abbot of Medeshamstede)
Event S72      Seaxwulf 1 and Peada 1 founded the monastery of Medeshamstede (Medeshamstede 1; St Peter's, Medeshamstede 1)
Transaction S68      Wulfhere 1, king of the Mercians and the inland and South Angles, to St Peter's, Medeshamstede; confirmation and grant of many estates
Office S72    Cuthbald 1 held office of Abbot
Office S34    Botwine 1 held office of Abbot (abbot of the monastery of Medeshamstede)
Office S1412    Beonna 3 held office of Abbot (abbot of Medeshamstede)
Office S1440    Ceolred 3 held office of Abbot (abbot of Medeshamstede)
Event ASC (E)  654 E   [Peada 1 and Oswiu 1] duly erected a mynster.
Event ASC (E)  654 E   [Peada 1 and Oswiu 1] entrusted it [sc. Medeshamstede] to Seaxwulf 1.
Event ASC (E)  656 E   [Peada 1] had begun it [sc. the abbey of Medeshamstede].
Event ASC (E)  656 E   Wulfhere 1 explained [to Seaxwulf 1] that he would find for him gold, silver, lands, goods and all that was needed for [Medeshamstede].
Event ASC (E)  656 E   Seaxwulf 1 was so successful that the mynster was ready within a few years.
Event ASC (E)  656 E   Wulfhere 1 sent to all his people that they should come to him. He appointed the day when the mynster should be consecrated.
Event ASC (E)  656 E   Deusdedit 1 consecrated the mynster [at Medeshamstede] in the presence of various people.
Event ASC (E)  675 E (p. 35)   Æthelred 2 made known to Agatho 2 in writing and orally about Medeshamstede.
Occupation ASC (E)  656 E (p. 33) Cuthbald 1 Monk
Office ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 116) Ealdwulf 18 held office of Abbot
Office ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 115) Headda 6 held office of Abbot
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Ælfsige 84 exhumed St Cyneburg 1 and St Cyneswith 1, who lay at Castor, and St Tibba 1, who lay at Ryhall, and brought them to Peterborough.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Ælfsige 84 was the abbot [of Peterborough] for fifty years thereafter.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Then another abbot from the same mynster [at Peterborough] was chosen called Ælfsige 84.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   [Cenwulf 6] was there [at Peterborough] until he was appointed as bishop of Winchester.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   [Cenwulf 6] then gave it [sc. the mynster] the name of 'Burh', which had earlier been called Medeshamstead.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   He [sc. Cenwulf 6] first built the wall around the mynster [at Medeshamstead].
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   [Cenwulf 6] was afterwards bishop in Winchester. He stayed there [sc. at Medeshamstead] until he was appointed as bishop in Winchester.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Ealdwulf 18 stayed there [sc. at Medeshamstead] until Oswald 8 died.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   The king [sc. Edgar 11] came and [Æthelwold 1] had him look at the writings which had earlier been found. The king then gave a grant of freedom to Medeshamstead.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Ealdwulf 18 bought very many lands and endowed the minster [sc. at Medeshamstead] with goods.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   [Æthelwold 1] established monks (Anonymi 1571) there [sc. at Medeshamstead] where before there was nothing.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   [Æthelwold 1] appointed there [sc. at Medeshamstead] an abbot called Ealdwulf 18.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   [Æthelwold 1] caused that minster [sc. at Medeshamstead] to be built.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Deusdedit 1 confirmed [the freedom of Medeshamstead] in writing.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Agatho 2 confirmed [the freedom of Medeshamstead] in writing.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Wulfhere 1 and Æthelred 2 freed [Medeshamstead] from the king, the bishop and secular service.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   [Æthelwold 1] found in the old wall writings that Headda 6 had composed earlier about Wulfhere 1 and Æthelred 2 and the freedom of [Medeshamstead].
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Afterwards Æthelwold 1 came to the minster called Medeshamstead which had earlier been destroyed by the heathens (Anonymi 1570).
Office ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 117) Cenwulf 6 held office of Abbot
Office ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 117) Ælfsige 84 held office of Abbot
Occupation ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 116) Anonymi 1571 Monk
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  24   Æthelwold 1 extended the church there by constructing residential buildings, enriched it with lands and consecrated it in honour of St Peter. He brought together a group of monks, appointing as their abbot his monk, Ealdwulf 18.
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  24 Ealdwulf 18 held office of Abbot
Transaction Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  24   a place once called Medshamstede
Event Agatho.Ep.B48  p. 75   Seaxwulf 1 founded the monastery of Medeshamstede
Event Agatho.Ep.B48  pp. 74-7   Following Æthelred 2's request, the Agatho 2 sent a privilege for the monastery of Medeshamstede (Peterborough)
Event ASC (C-F)  992 CDE   Cenwulf 6 acceded to the abbacy at Peterborough.
Office ASC (C-F)  992 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Ealdwulf 18 held office of Abbot (Abbot of [Peter]borough)
Office ASC (C-F)  992 CDE Cenwulf 6 held office of Abbot (Abbot at Burgh)
Office ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Ælfsige 84 held office of Abbot (Abbot of Peterborough)
Event ASC (C-F)  1041 E   Ælfsige 84 passed away.
Event ASC (C-F)  1041 E   Earnwig 1 was chosen as abbot [of Peterborough] because he was a very good man and very gentle.
Office ASC (C-F)  1041 E Ælfsige 84 held office of Abbot (Abbot of Peterborough)
Office ASC (C-F)  1041 E Earnwig 1 held office of Abbot
Transaction S787      The kings Wulfhere 1 and Æthelred 2 granted privileges to Peterborough 1.
Transaction S787      King Edgar 11 to Peterborough 1 Abbey, with later confirmations, grant of privileges for the abbey and its land at Dogsthorpe, Eye, Paston and Oundle, Northants.
Office S891    Cenwulf 6 held office of Abbot (abbot of the church of Peterborough)
Office S876    Cenwulf 6 held office of Abbot (abbot of Peterborough)
Transaction S1448a      Ealdorman Æthelwine 2 and Abbot Ealdwulf 18 gave Æthelstan 36 and Ælfwald 29 the final penny for the estate at Peterborough, the sureties were as follows
Transaction S1463      King Edgar 11 to Peterborough 1; grant of liberties
Office S1463    Ælfsige 84 held office of Abbot (abbot of Peterborough)
Transaction S1448      Bishop Æthelwold 1 recorded the following gifts to Peterborough 1: a gospel adorned with silver, and 3 crosses likewise adorned with silver, 2 silver candlesticks and 2 covered with god, and 1 silver censer and 1 made of brass and 1 silver water sexxel and 2 silver bells and 4 silver chalices, 4 patens and a silver tube and 6 chasubles and 4 copes and 1 upper garment and 8 stoles, the same number of maniples and 11 subuculas and 21 epistle vestments and 3 corporals and 3 offertory cloths and 19 albs and 4 cloaks and 2 black robes and 6 wall curtains and 9 seat covers and 10 hanging bells, 7 hand bells and 4 bed covers and 6 horns - 4 of them decorated - and 8 silver cups and 2 gilded altar-cloths. And the number of books is 21 which Bishop Æthelwold 1 gave to Peterborough 1, namely 'Beda in Marcum . Liber miraculorum . Expositio Hebreorum nominum . Prouisio futurarum rerum . Augustinus de achademicis . Vita sancti Felicis metrice . Sinonima Isidori . Vita Eustachii . Descidia Parisiace polis . Medicinalis . De duodecim abusiuis . Sermo super quosdam psalmos . Commentum cantica canticorum . De eucharistia . Commentum Martiani . Alchimi Auiti . Liber differentiarum . Cilicius Ciprianus . De litteris Grecorum . Liber bestiarum'. The estates he granted were Medeshamstede and the berewicks pertaining to it; Anlafestun, and the berewicks pertaining to it; Farcet with 16 able-bodied men and 8 young men; half of Whittlesey Mere; Oundle and the berewicks pertaining to it; Kettering; the fens at Well which he bought from Ælfsige 50 and Ufi 1 for 13 ores.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1050   The body of Archbishop Ælfric 105 lay at Peterborough.
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1052 Earnwig 1 held office of Abbot
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1052 Leofric 23 held office of Abbot
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1052   Abbot Leofric 23 so enriched the monastery that it was called the Golden Borough. Then it grew greatly in land and gold and silver.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1056   Bishop Æthelric 51 relinquished his bishopric at Durham and went to Peterborough to St Peter’s monastery.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1057   Earl Ralph 1 rests at Peterborough.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1060   Archbishop Cynesige 10 lay at Peterborough.
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1066 Leofric 23 held office of Abbot
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1066 Brand 2 held office of Abbot
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1066   In his [Leofric 23's] day there was every happiness and every good at Peterborough, and he was beloved by everyone, so that the king gave St Peter and him the abbacy of Burton and that of Coventry which Earl Leofric 49, who was his uncle, had built, and that of Crowland and that of Thorney. And he did much for the benefit of the monastery of Peterborough with gold and silver and vestments and land, more indeed than any before or after him.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1066   Then the Golden City became a wretched city. Then the monks elected Brand 2, the provost, as abbot, because he was a very good man and very wise, and sent him to the atheling Edgar 14 because the local people expected that he would be king, and the atheling gladly gave assent to it. When King William 1 heard about this he grew very angry and, and said the abbot had slighted him. Then distinguished men acted as intermediaries and brought them into agreement, because the abbot was of good family. Then he gave the king 40 marks of gold as settlement. And he lived a little while after this – only 3 years. Then all confusions and evils came upon the monastery. May God take pity on it!
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1066   He did much for the benefit of the monastery of Peterborough with gold and silver and vestments and land, more indeed than any before or after him.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1066   Leofric 23 died on the eve of All Saints, shortly after returning home from the Battle of Hastings where he had fallen ill.
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1069 Brand 2 held office of Abbot
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1070 Turold 1 held office of Abbot
Occupation ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1070 Leofwine 73 Monk
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1071; E 1070   MS D: The monastery at Peterborough was plundered, namely by the men that Bishop Æthelric 51 had excommunicated because they had taken there all that he had.

MS E: Then the monks of Peterborough heard it said that their own men meant to plunder the monastery – that was Hereweard 1 and his following. That was because they heard it said that the king had given the abbacy to a French abbot called Turold 1, and he was a very stern man, and had then come to Stamford with all his Frenchmen. There was then a sacristan called Yware 1; he took by night all he could, the Gospels and chasubles, and copes and robes, and some such small things – whatever he could – and went at once before dawn to the abbot Turold 1, and told him he was seeking his protection, and informed him how the outlaws were alleged to be coming to Peterborough. He did all that according to the monks’ advice. Then forthwith in the morning all the outlaws came with many ships, and wanted to enter the monastery, and the monks withstood them so that they could not get in. Then they set fire to it and burnt down all the monks’ houses and al the town except one house. Then they got in by means of fire at Bolhithe Gate, and the monks came towards them and asked them for a truce, but they paid no attention, and went into the church, climbed up to the Holy Rood and took the crown off our Lord’s head – all of pure gold – and then took the foot-rest that was underneath his feet, which was all of red gold. They climbed up to the steeple, brought down the altar-frontal that was hidden there – it was all of gold and silver – and took there 2 golden shrines and 9 of silver, and they took 15 great crucifixes, of both gold and silver. They took there so much gold and silver, and so many treasures in money and vestments and books, that no man can reckon it up to another. They said they did it out of loyalty to the monastery. Then they went on board ship and proceeded to Ely, where they deposited all the treasure. The Danes expected that they were going to overcome the Frenchmen. Then all the monks were scattered and none remained there but one monk who was called Leofwine 73 Tall [Lang]; he was lying ill in the infirmary. Then came Abbot Turold 1 and 160 Frenchmen with him, and all fully armed. When he arrived he found everything burnt inside and out except the church. The outlaws were then all afloat – they knew he would be bound to come there. This was done on 2 June. The two kings, William 1 and Swein 5, came to an agreement. Then the Danes proceeded out of Ely with all the above-mentioned treasures, and took them with them. When they were in the middle of the sea there came a great storm, and scattered all the ships carrying the treasures – some went to Norway, some to Ireland, some to Denmark and all that reached there was the altar-frontal and some shrines and crosses and much of the other treasure, and they brought it to a royal town called [blank], and then put it all in the church. Then afterwards through their carelessness and drunkenness the church was burnt one night with everything in it. Thus was the monastery of Peterborough burnt down and plundered. Almighty God have pity on it through his great mercy! And thus Abbot Turold 1 came to Peterborough, and the monks came back, and performed the service of Christ in the church, which had stood a whole week without any kind of service. When Bishop Æthelric 51 heard tell about it, he excommunicated all the men who had done this wicked deed.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1073; E 1072   After relinquishing the bishopric of Durham, Æthelric 51 resided at St Peter's, Peterborough for 12 years.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1073; E 1072   After William 1 conquered England, he took Æthelric 51 from Peterborough and sent him to Westminster.
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  I.17   Wulfhere 1 made Medeshamstede very rich in estates and ornaments, through the intermediacy of Seaxwulf 1, the first abbot and founder of the place and afterwards Bishop of the Mercians.
Office Anon.LiberEliensis  I.17 Seaxwulf 1 held office of Abbot
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  I.17   Seaxwulf 1 was the founder of Medeshamstede.
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  II.11 / LÆ 10   A summary of the dispute between Bishop Æthelwold 1 and Leofsige 28 and Sifflæd 2.

Æthelwold 1 from Leofsige 28 and his wife Sifflæd 2; purchase of 2 hides at Downham for 15 pounds. Leofwine 75, provost, and Wine 11 of Witchford, brought him 10 pounds of that money. A payment date was set for the remaining 5 pounds. At a second meeting Leofsige 28 and Sifflæd 2, his wife, purchase from Bishop Æthelwold 1 5 hides at Clayhithe for 15 pounds, on condition that Æthelwold 1 give them a silver cup worth 40 solidi which Beorhtsige, father of Leofsige 28, bequeathed to the bishop on his death. Before Leofsige 28 and Sifflæd 2 handed back the 10 pounds, King Edgar 11 died, and the couple made void the whole agreement that they had had with the bishop. In the meantime Leofsige 28 seized Peterborough, Oundle and Kettering from God and St Peter. A meeting was convened in London where, it being a time when duces, principles, satrape, rhetores and causidici had gathered from every region, Æthelwold 1 summoned the aforesaid Leofsige 28 to justice. The witan restored Peterborough, Oundle, and Kettering to Æthelwold 1 and ruled that Leofsige 28 should pay compensation to the bishop to the value of his ‘mund’, and for the violence pay compensation to the king to the amount of his wergild. They met again within 8 days at Northampton, where the people of that region gave the same verdict as had been given at London. Then Leofsige 28 died shamefully and miserably after which time Æthelwold 1 and Ealdorman Æthelwine 2, with the shire of Northampton and the most prominent men of the East Angles, held at Wansford a meeting of the 8 hundreds. It was decided that Sifflæd 2, widow of Leofsige 28, and her heirs, ought to pay compensation to God and the bishop, just as Leofsige 28 would have done had he lived. They assessed the amount of damage to the bishop at more than 100 pounds. Sifflæd 2 asked the bishop that she might pay the compensation which was due from her, in addition to what her sons [Anonymi 10028] owed, with the 100 solidi which the bishop had been going to give her for the 2 hides at Downham. The bishop remitted the whole of the damage which had been awarded against her and, in addition, said to her that she could come to Ely within 8 days and collect the 100 solidi from Abbot Beorhtnoth 19. This she did before the witness of 2 hundreds. The bishop also gave her 7 pounds for her corn which was on the land at Downham.
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  II.11 / LÆ 10   Leofsige 28 seized Peterborough, Oundle and Kettering from God and St Peter (i.e. Peterborough).
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  II.11 / LÆ 10   A meeting was convened in London where, it being a time when duces, principles, satrape, rhetores and causidici had gathered from every region, Æthelwold 1 summoned the aforesaid Leofsige 28 to justice. The witan restored Peterborough, Oundle, and Kettering to Æthelwold 1 and ruled that Leofsige 28 should pay compensation to the bishop to the value of his ‘mund’, and for the violence pay compensation to the king to the amount of his wergild. They met again within 8 days at Northampton, where the people of that region gave the same verdict as had been given at London.
Office S1060    Leofric 23 held office of Abbot
Office S1059    Leofric 23 held office of Abbot
Office S1029    Leofric 23 held office of Abbot
Office S1110    Leofric 23 held office of Abbot
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76.5   Cenwulf 6 abbot of Peterborough purchased the bishopric of Winchester for cash. But he did not live long to rejoice in his sacrilegious exploit, for he died before two years were out.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.11 Ealdwulf 18 held office of Abbot
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.180.1   Cenwulf 6 ringed Peterborough with a wall, and the place began to be called Borough because it resembled a city.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.180.1 Cenwulf 6 held office of Abbot
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.180.1   St Æthelwold 1 built a monastery at Peterborough, well endowed with money and estates.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.180.1   Most excellent virgins Cyneswith 1 and Cynethryth 7 are buried at Peterborough.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.180.3   Oswald 1's arm is said to be kept at Peterborough, with sinews, skin, and flesh intact.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.264   Abbot Beorhtwald 20 died, and Bishop Herman 2 thought to remove his see to the vacant abbey. but the monks were too quick for him, and had Earls Godwine 51 and Harold 3 to back them. The leading monk, Beorhtric 34, was made abbot, and ruled the house with high distinction for seven years. But when William 1 became the king of England he intruded one Turold 1 to take Beorhtric 34's place while he yet lived. Later, realizing that he had done wrong, William 1 made up for the exiled Beorhtric 34's loss by giving him Burton Abbey. The same Turold 1, who was treating his subjects like a tyrant, was moved by the king to Peterborough, a wealthy abbey, but at that time troubled by brigands under one Hereweard 1; for it was surrounded by swamps.
Office Bates68    Turold 1 held office of Abbot
Event RestingPlaces  II.12   St Botwulf 1 is buried in the monastery called Medeshamstede [Peterborough], that is near the river Nen.
Event RestingPlaces  II.26   St Cyneswith 1 and St Cyneburg 1 and many others rest in the place called Burh [?Peterborough].
Office EMC Coin  2003.0036 (N 475.1 (Alfred Imitations: Two-Line)) Simun 1 held office of Moneyer
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2003.0036 (N 475.1 (Alfred Imitations: Two-Line)) Simun 1
Possession GDB  221 (Northamptonshire 6:1) Leofric 23 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 8 hides in Peterborough, Northamptonshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  221 (Northamptonshire 6:1) Peterborough, St Peter's 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 8 hides in Peterborough, Northamptonshire (in 1066)
Possession GDB  221 (Northamptonshire 6:1) Peterborough, St Peter's 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 8 hides in Peterborough, Northamptonshire (in 1086)
Office EMC Coin  1970.0661 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Leofwine 174 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1970.0661 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Leofwine 174
Office EMC Coin  1970.0661 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0031 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Leofwine 174 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0031 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Leofwine 174
Office EMC Coin  2001.0031 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0031 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1988.0191 (N 836 (Pax)) Godric 94 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1988.0191 (N 836 (Pax)) Godric 94
Office EMC Coin  1988.0191 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0034 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Forni 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0034 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Forni 1
Office EMC Coin  2001.0034 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0034 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  2001.1168 (N 262-5/N 291-2 (CEB 9,12,19-20/48-9)) Ealhred 2 held office of Moneyer for Offa 7
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.1168 (N 262-5/N 291-2 (CEB 9,12,19-20/48-9)) Ealhred 2
Office EMC Coin  2001.1168 (N 262-5/N 291-2 (CEB 9,12,19-20/48-9)) Offa 7 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.1168 (N 262-5/N 291-2 (CEB 9,12,19-20/48-9)) Offa 7
Office EMC Coin  1992.7975 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Osgot 8 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7975 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Osgot 8
Office EMC Coin  1992.7975 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7975 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  2003.0018 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1958.0006 (Edmund (no further details)) Edmund 14 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1958.0007 (Edward the Confessor (no further details)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1958.0008 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7615 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44
Office EMC Coin  1992.7615 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Æthelred 44 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7615 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Wendelberht 1
Office EMC Coin  1992.7615 (N 188 ('Styca' of Æthelred II First reign)) Wendelberht 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 44